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LINKTV
Mar 9, 2013 7:00am PST
-- >> the winner of kenya's presidential election has been announced, but his rival insists he is not giving up. a court verdict triggers anger across egypt. the police club and federation building are set on fire. the taliban carries out an attack in kabul to coincide with the visit of chuck hagel. and you've heard of dance shoes, but how about gps shoes? nyatta has narrowly won kenya's election. it was announced on saturday that the deputy prime minister took just over 50% of the voting. doing so, he avoid a runoff -- avoided a runoff against his nearest rival. headquarters of the opposition party. is he expected to speak shortly and announce his intentions? he has not conceded yet. >> we are waiting here for the prime minister to or arrive and basically tell the country what he is going to do next, if he is going to can see or if he will take this to the next step and take it to the supreme court. there's been a lot of speculation, particularly coming from those close to him that he will take the decision to court, that he will present evidence that he believes will change the results and tu
PBS
Mar 4, 2013 6:30pm PST
by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> canyons are voting in general elections seen as a test of the democratic credentials. the two front runners. >> kenyatta facing charges for his role in post? -- post-election violence. both say that there will be no bloodshed. >> boating has been mostly peaceful, but has been some violence on election day. >> voting had barely begun the for the first deaths were reported. 15 died in attacks across the country. >> whether it is isolated and can be contained, we do not know. >> rival tribes attacked each other in the wake of the disputed presidential election. more than 1000 people died, thousands more chased from their homes. many voters in today's election are anxious to avoid a repeat of the violence. the two main candidates represent the rival tribes involved in the violence that followed the last election. one is the prime minister odinga, who they feel was robbed of the presidency in 2007 calling and to respect the outcome of the election. odinga's opponent is a rival, ohuru kenyatta. he has also been charged with allegedly orchestrat
LINKTV
Mar 9, 2013 2:30pm PST
of the election. his challenger will not can see. in addition court's decision for a decision down. it's part of violence. germany's free reader, can he turn this terrible opinion poll rating around here and. kenya is facing political uncertainty with the fact kenyatta has beat odinga. only just managed to clinch it. >> 6 million. he has this more than 50. no sooner had the results been announced since the. a group of u.n. peacekeepers captured by syrian rebels has crossed the bored to jordan. parted of the disputed golan heights is under the control of a u.n. mandate to enforce the israeli cease-fire. > former south african president nelson mandela has been admitted to hospital for what are being called routine tests. he spent three weeks in hospital in december after developing a lung infection. at least 19 people have been killed in two suicide attacks in afghanistan. one -- two policemen and an aide worker were among those killed the and nine people were killed outside the ministry of defense in kabul. the spokesman said he wanted to end a message to defense secretary chuck hagel, making
LINKTV
Mar 4, 2013 5:30am PST
>> millions queue to vote in kenya cost general election. we are live. you are watching al jazeera live from our headquarters in delhi oha. the death toll climbs from a car bombing in karachi. a blizzard in japan traps people in their cars and derails a bullet train. only one child at one hospital, but american scientists think they may have cured a baby of hiv. it is the day of truth in kenya. millions of people are going to the polls for the first time since postelection violence nearly ripped the country apart five years ago. a new constitution and new voting rules preventing the violence from happening again. but it is also causing frustration. the election is complicated. people are voting for a new president, senate, at national assembly. voting is very slow. i minister rail -- prime minister raila odinga is running for president. >> i will accept the results. this is going to be -- there will be no runoff. >> meanwhile, deputy prime minister uhuru kenyatta has cast his vote. he and his running mate have been -- the will to keep the lyrical piece in kenya is being tested on s
PBS
Mar 5, 2013 4:00pm PST
a very tough time to win these elections. they have to build the future. they have been doing this for 14 years. they are frustrated. it is understandable. the real challenge is to try to keep focused on a strategy, come up with new leadership, and try to challenge the regime. >> is maduro an effective successor? >> i just think he can match the charisma. there are going to be a lot to people unhappy. given the option, he is probably the best choice. he was a union leader and president of the congress. he was a foreign minister. he probably makes more sense than any of the other options. >> thank you very much for being with me on the studio on this important day in venezuelan politics. let's get more on the life of hugo chÁvez. james robins has this look back. >> hugo chÁvez saw himself as a revolutionary leader. he was a hero to many of the venezuelas poorest people but a villain to opposition parties. they hated the friends he kept in the abuses of power they accused him of. this is how he originally burst onto the world stage. in 1992, he led a military coup, trying and failing to g
MSNBC
Mar 4, 2013 10:00pm PST
at home with their secret tax returns since the presidential election. this weekend they decided to take their nightly dinner table conversation why mitt lost to fox news. which means i owe the romneys a small debt of gratitude to the romneys for this first segment, serving it up on a silver platter. >> good morning, y'all. >> he is the worst republican in the country. >> mitt romney sat down for his first interview. >> my heart said we were going to win. >> the great princess biline, mostly did. >> i'm mostly over it. >> i went through a number of my mistakes. >> corporations are people, my friend. >> i'm not concerned about the very poor. >> any -- >> i'm speaking, i'm speaking. >> had to be careful. >> he still can't quite explain that 47% comment. >> the enduring legacy of his campaign. >> what i said is not what i believe. >> not familiar with what i said, but i stand by what i said, whatever it was. >> mitt romney. >> i'm mitt romney. >> was viewed by suspicion by conservatives in the last election. >> can we drop a little bit of the pius bologna? the fact is, you ran in '894 and l
LINKTV
Mar 2, 2013 2:00pm PST
>> thousands rally for candidates aheadndidates of the election. strong opposition between the two parties as the countdown begins. you are watching aljazeera, live from london. coming up, obama fails to head off the big budget cuts, find out what this means on main street. more violence in bangladesh where protests continue, after the death sentence of a senior politician. in moscow, a u.s. court rules the russian death was accidental. candidates in the kenyan president election make their final appeals for support. opinion polls show a close race between the top two candidates. the outgoing prime minister. monday's zero is the first goal since the 2007 post-election violence. >> supporters are confident of victory. but them -- by the middle of the week they expect their candidates and his running mate to be sworn in as the next leaders of kenya. ruto is a popular leader from the west of kenya but both are suspected of wrongdoing in the last election and return the vote into a referendum of the charges. >> many say he cannot rule because of ice cases but god has opened the gate an
MSNBC
Mar 6, 2013 6:00am PST
, prior to the election, we weren't even in the game. >> so you think it's possible that a path to citizenship may be included in the eventual bill and are you going to be okay with that? >> i think we need reform and if there is a path of citizenship that is enough of a relation -- >> pay real fines. >> real fines and a longer period of time. >> so he's not disputing that he's on both sides of this issue but that isn't stopping him from getting gotcha type of reaction from the political class. that was a lot of grumbling from republicans not working for jeb bush thinking about 2016 who seem to be more than okay watching him struggle with this issue and even harry reid decided he should weigh in. >> let's wait for a few minutes and see how jeb bush changes his mind, again. his opinion on immigration is not evolving, it's devolving. i think he's made a fool of himself the last 24 hours. bush has been elected to nothing lately. rubio is the leader on immigration. >> rubio said, i think we're still in the same place in terms of not wanting there to be a special advantage for people
PBS
Mar 6, 2013 7:00pm PST
of life. malaysia will hold general elections by june. both governments are eager to settle the standoff as soon as possible. they do not want the dispute to cast a shadow over bilateral ties or the upcoming elections. >>> at voting time everyone wants their voice to be heard. concerns are growing over possible turmoil in kenya because of a delay in vote continuing for the contested presidential election. the country's election board said on wednesday the ballot tallying system encountered trouble. it was to use mobile phones for data transmission. votes are being calculated manually. the board said it would announce the results within 48 hours after polls closing on monday. eight candidates are vying to succeed the outgoing president. the delay in the announcement of the results is stirring a sense of distrust among the citizens. the election board is calling for calm. >> people are waiting for the real result. real result so that we can be peaceful. >> the election was carried out amid tight security due to concerns over a repeat of bloodshed after the 2007 presidential race. allege vo
MSNBC
Mar 6, 2013 6:00pm PST
of the country in terms of policy, but an elected official going back to the old rules and commandeering the floor of the united states senate for hours to stand alone, mr. smith-style, and make his point, to throw himself on the gears, to hold things up as long as he holds up physically, this kind of thing is designed to make a point. and it does. and, of course, you can use this tactic that is unique to the united states senate. you can use it to make good points. or you can use it to make terrible points. the heroic one man against the world filibuster back this the day of course was a favored tool of the segregationist senators from the deep south to slow down civil rights legislation and to try to look like heroes to the south for doing it. looking back at that as a cause is stomach-churning. but at least it was not some no fingerprints no effort anonymous tactic, like how this thing is used today. you actually had to stand out there and say your piece. with the exception of bernie sanders, we do not do it like that anymore. but then today it happened again. at 11:47 a.m., the repub
LINKTV
Mar 3, 2013 5:30am PST
government is already stacking the deck against them and that the elections will not be fair. john kerry will be underscoring the great need in this unstable .ime this actually works and includes is the one in egypt they're speaking most firmly on in this visit and it is that of the economy. if it collapses, you can forget about politics fixing things. talking about the advisability of bringing the imf in, alone, anything they can take to strengthen and stabilize the economy is one that john kerry is speaking very emphatically arm. one meeting he had late last was for a and ally. >> what about being seen as interfering in egyptian affairs? balanceis the delicate he is having to strike. in egypt in america have been locked in a very interesting embrace. egypt, at the moment, they cannot do. the largest part of that, $1.30 billion limit goes to the egyptian military to buy u.s. military equipment. that is something that they do not want to do without either. the two of them have to work together, but the least popular thing he can do now would be to appear to be telling them how to run the
SFGTV
Mar 2, 2013 2:30pm PST
the nation to see -- that have independently elected mayors to see how they replace position ins the top 10 cities, we're going to look in california, the law dictates how most places do the replacements unless you're a chartered city like san francisco, you can have a different set of rules so we're going to look at all of those locations as well, and determine what is everyone else's practices and present that in a report. my hope is we'll have a draft available for the march meeting so people can think about what it is, i don't have much more detail than that because we haven't had a chance to analyze all the data that's been collected so far. >> i think what's good to look at is how long positions stay vacant, right now in the city, we have kind of an assessor post that has been vacant i believe since early december and now we're approaching march, that's three months, that position not being filled and we've had all the 800 thousand people, people that are probably eligible to serve are probably 250 thousand people in san francisco and not one of them has been chosen yet to replace eit
MSNBC
Mar 6, 2013 2:00pm PST
twisted and distorted for him only to complain he lost the election was because hispanics and african-americans got free stuff from the president in the form of health care. nice. but the icing on this cake is the news that donald trump will be addressing the cpac conference next week. yes, the man saying the president did not earn one of his academic qualifications, the same donald trump will be a keynote speaker at the gathering. which begs the question, is this is a rebranding or is it the rez reduction of a corporation that we thought had been buried in november? thank you so much for watching. rand paul continues with a little help from his friends to filibuster against john brennan's appointment to the cia. let's see how long he lasts. >>> beating around the bush. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. bush. how long have we heard that name in republican politics? bush. grand pop was senator from connecticut. father ran for the senate seat in texas. lost and got elected to the congress in houston. then went
MSNBC
Mar 6, 2013 4:00pm PST
for the senate seat in texas. lost and got elected to the congress in houston. then went on to be ambassador of the u.n. got stuck during watergate. became ambassador to china and director of the cia. george herbert walker bush waited longer than his long name. then got to run as vice president with ronald reagan. ran again with reagan and won for president at '88 and ran in '92 and lost. then came his sons young george and jeb bush. they ran in 1994. george won in texas. jeb lost in florida. two years after that george won the presidency. jeb after helping him win down in florida, won a second term in florida in 2002. then took a breather. and now he's back. can he -- the so-called smart one in the family -- get the top job? can republicans go to the trough one more time and drink another bush? six of the last nine presidential elections we've heard that name on the ticket. bush. does it grab you? does it scare hillary? would it reunite the republican party? does it scare hillary or should it? i'm joined by david corn and john feehery. bush is running around. called laura back. now he's out
LINKTV
Mar 5, 2013 5:30am PST
. leading in the presidential polls of kenya, alleged crimes against humanity for the election violence five years ago. 10 million votes were being counted for the general election on monday. turnout was high, despite violent outbreaks. the independent election commission counted 54% of the vote. the prime minister is behind at 41%, but it is still early days and millions of votes have yet to be counted. at the election commission in nairobi, checking in slowly, it is a lead, but these are early days, as we said. >> this is what the independent electoral boundaries commission has underlined, that these are just small portions of the votes counted so far in so many parts of the country. the issue is with this system out there to tally the votes. there have been technical hitches. they are saying that people should be patient, although some of the opposition and political parties were complaining to the chairman of the independent electoral boundaries commission. >> there is still some time to go before we have a clear winner. how has the voting process been judged? is everyone satisfied with
LINKTV
Mar 6, 2013 5:30am PST
. complications and delays in the general election in kenya. who did it.cer one of the dancers has confessed. u.s. least $8 million in money was wasted in iraq. >> what the missing cache was meant to pay for and how it was really spent. -- cash. venezuela has declared seven days of mourning following the death of president hugo chavez. he rose from the ranks of the military to be the leader of one of the largest economies in latin america. a sharp critic of the u.s., the .elf-proclaimed revolutionary >> after two years of illness and weeks of uncertainty, the official announcement came that the venezuelan president is dead. >> after a battle against a heart illness, during the course of almost two years, with the love of the country and blessings of the country, and loyalty of his colleagues, and love of his family, we transmit our pain and solidarity. >> hugo chavez had been in power 14 years of. during that time he became more than a president to many venezuelans. supporters gathered on the streets of iraq as trying to adore the news, many of them shocked.- many in morning. the minister and p
LINKTV
Mar 9, 2013 2:00pm PST
the winner of the election. the process is far from over . from took50.07% of the vote which is what you need to avoid a runoff. >> while some must inevitably lose, the citizens of the country never lose. in this election, every single vote matters. from this moment every boy's that contributes to the national dialogue will be had -- voice that contributes to the national dialogue will be had. our duty now is to return to our lives, to return to our jobs, to businesses, and to continue making the daily decisions that will transform this country. >> it will not be as simple as that. his main opponent is not accepting defeat because he has doubts about the way votes were counted. >> we will shut the move and challenge the outcome that they announced a few hours ago. we want to appeal to respect the rule of law and the constitution of which they are so proud. let the supreme court decide whether they will do this with a loved one. >> it has not gone down well in his hometown. they spoke out. batons were deployed in the western port city after protesters sthrew rocks and burned tires. anger in th
FOX News
Mar 4, 2013 3:00pm PST
wallace. we have a part of the interview you have not seen yet. >> in his first interview since election night, mitt romney added his voice to a growing chorus in the g.o.p. that president obama is more focused on winning the 2014 mid-terms than reaching a compromise on the debt. >> i think republicans feel that the president may be more interested in getting nothing done in these next two years and trying to replace republicans in the house to have an all democrat house and senate. be able to run the field. he really doesn't want to get the job done. if you are a republican, you say whoa. we better be careful here. the interest of the american people are being held hostage by politics. >> mitt an ann romney went public for the first time since election night. defeat that was a surprise to them. >> my heart and my whole soul was we are going to win. we were there. >> when did you know you lost the presidency? be by 8:00 or 9:00 it was clear we were not going to win. >> what was that moment like? >> it's hard. it's emotional. there was such passion in people helping us. >> is it true you
CBS
Mar 6, 2013 4:00am PST
champion of the poor a savvy politician who won re-election three times, or as a bullying dictator who demonized the united states. ines ferre has the report. >> reporter: hugo chavez was one of latin america's most colorful and controversial leaders sleaders. he was a leader for more than a decade, a firm believer in the government. the force saw him as a savior. the executives who managed the country's vast oil reserves wanted him gone. the venezuelan people learned of chavez's death on national television. on the streets of caracas, they supporters chanted "chavez lives on." some even cried. chavez had been battling cancer since 2011. he traveled to cuba multiple times for chemotherapy and surgery. last october he won re-election, but just two months later, his cancer returned. chavez began his career at age 16, joining the army as a pair a trooper. 20 years later believing the milly were corrupt, he led a military coup to unseat the president. it failed and chavez was thrown in jail but years later he campaigned to close the gap between the poor and the wealthy oi
LINKTV
Mar 8, 2013 5:30am PST
,004,406 votes to raila 4 million. obviously, those numbers are fairly wide apart. this is an election in which odinga can beat kenyatta. we're looking to see if there will be a runoff. he has a few tenths of 1% underneath the 50% he needs to take this in the first round. we still have about 50 constituencies to declare in this election. that's enough to swing this either way. it is still too close to call to say we will go to a runoff vote or not. the other key question is the role that the rejected votes will play in this. if they are included, then the numbers and percentages will come down for everyone and that means we're more likely to go to .unoff if they are rejected it was -- it will be more likely they would get this in the first round. >> the questions over the rejected votes and the fact of both sides are saying there have been problems with the voting process and officials are saying that the whole vote could have been arranged. are people going to except the outcome is announced? >> a lot of this hinges on the credibility of the election committee and the commission mining this wh
FOX News
Mar 3, 2013 7:00am PST
the november election. mr. romney on the race, his loss, and his and the nation's future. only we have it this morning on this sunday morning right here in the fox newschannel. republican nominee also weighs on the budget mess in washington that he is calling a rare opportunity to solve financial problems. and good morning, everyone, and welcome to america's news headquarters on this sunday morning. i'm eric shawn. >> great to see you, eric. good morning to all of you. i'm jamie colby. mitt romney opening up about settling into his new quiet life after a whirl wind presidential campaign. peter doocy live from our washington bureau with a bit of a preview. what's he been up to, peter? >> reporter: we heard mitt romney say in his heart thought he was going to win. in the time between the presidential election and this week's interview at his house in san diego. he's reviewed all the good and the bad from his campaign and when he talks about his role in the future and wanting to have influence still over republican policy, you get a sense of how hard it is to come so close to the presiden
MSNBC
Mar 5, 2013 6:00am PST
election? and i think it's back to, i don't want to sound like a broken record, but i think it's to talk about positive things rather than just appealing to people's legitimate anger about the direction the country's in. you have to do more than that. >> there's a lot of more that you will want to hear from jeb bush including explaining his immigration reform solution. he's backtracking from his own plan in his book. his surprising thoughts on the cuban american vote that went better for obama than a lot of people expected and what he thinks about florida governor rick scott's decision on the healthcare law. plus his father, brother, his son, and more of his thoughts in a 2016 reason. that's all coming up later this hour in our deep dive at the bottom of the hour. but up next, a different type of republican family feud maybe. congresswoman shelly morecap will be here. she's caught in the fight between karl rove and conservatives. but first a look at today's politics planner. as you can see north korean hearing going on in capitol hill. we'll see if dennis rodman's name stays in the news.
FOX News
Mar 2, 2013 11:00am PST
as a presidential nominee in the last election, so what's the issue here, is it that christie has changed or conservatives are the problem? >> well, christie is running for reelection in a very blue state. obamacare i had new jersey by at least 17-- obama carried new jersey. and you have a republican running in a very blue state and doing what he needs to do to get elected. he cannot be rick perry in new jersey. and so i think that's what you're seeing here. now, you know, i'm not with christie on a lot of his issues, gun control and global warming and issues like that, but again, you know, this is similar to what scott brown was doing. >> paul: you've got to do-- >> you've got to do what you've got to do to win. >> paul: owe the snub, cpac snub reflects on his recent in new jersey? >> certainly his recent record. and cpac is a conservative gathering, not an official republican party event. if they want to invite people they think are going to carry a conservative message and are consistent with that, they should. there's no obligation to invite people who are more in the center or more t
PBS
Mar 3, 2013 6:00pm PST
would like to do, but i cannot. nobody elected me to anything. the republicans just say no. president obama does not really have a plan. it is really kind of awful to watch and we will pay the price. >> beyond sequester, we have something else going on, and we saw it last year in the election. we really have two different views of which way the country should go, and that is what is holding us up. the election decided which way the country wants to go and president obama has a sense of where he wants to take it, but we have republicans resisting. we are going to have another fight later this year over the debt limit. it is not just a question of the debt and deficit. it is the direction of the country and policy. no tax increases, nothing, off the table, we are stuck. experts when the republicans start to feel this? -- >> when does the public starts to feel this? we have heard that april 1st is when we see the real political fallout. >> between now and 1995 is that than it was immediate when they close down the government. this is gradual. the first thing is the grants that do not go
CW
Mar 3, 2013 10:00pm PST
was elected today. delegates chose brulte after sweeping losses in the november election. republican registrations fell below 30% last year. >>> former republican presidential candidate mitt romney admits that it kills him that he's not in the white house. in an interview with fox news reporter chris wallace romney and his wife ann said they were confident of a victory going into election light. romney said he was sure he was going to win both florida and ohio. >> i think we were convinced we would win. we saw the polls were close. we knew the energy and passion was with our voters. my heart said we were going to win. >> romney avoided questions about what went wrong with his campaign, but did admit he failed to connect with minority voters. he also expressed regrets about his 47% remarks captured on hidden camera. >>> cardinals are arriving to pick the next pope. betting on the successor has become the largest nonsporting waiver in history. >> reporter: vatican city was unusualliy quiet for a sunday. there was no angeles, or pope's prayer after benedict's resignation on thursday. at
LINKTV
Mar 2, 2013 6:00am PST
parliamentary elections. and soccer, trying to hold onto their european dreams. >> in the u.s., the bill comes in at $85 billion. that's the cost of budget costs which are now coming into effect. president obama calls the automatic cuts known as the sequester unnecessary and dumb. but congressional republicans and democrats remain unwilling to end the standoff. >> intepts to find a last minute compromise failed and president obama didn't hide his frustration. >> in a time when our businesses have finally begun to get some traction, hiring new workers, bringing jobs back to america, we shouldn't be making a series of dumb, arbitrary cuts to things that businesses depend on and workers depend on, like education and research and infrastructure, and defense. it's unnecessary, and at a time when too many americans are still looking for work, it's inexcusable. >> the president and congressional republicans have very different views on tackling the country's debt. obama put the blame scarely on the republicans, which wrangled house speaker john boehner. >> let's make it clear that the president got h
LINKTV
Mar 3, 2013 2:00pm PST
their ballots in monday's presidential election. there are eight candidates, but two lead the pack, the current prime minister raila odinga, making his third attempt at the presidency, and the deputy prime minister, woo hoo ryu kenyatta u- woo hoo ryu kenyatta -- huru kenyatta. report from nairobi, security remains a big issue. >> in their tiny, one-room --ck, the family is biggie busy packing their bags. he plans to move his family outside of the capital. >> i know my neighbors. i have lived with them, studied with them. i'm sure violence will happen here and i don't want my kids to suffer, so we are moving away. >> can you also faces other security challenges. also faces other security challenges. it is on the receiving end of reprise those -- reprise those -- reprisals. this is a popular shopping district, the scene of a bombing. at least 20 people were killed and more than 100 injured. this man was injured in the last bombing. , hel in the hospital frequently goes out to campaign. >> we need to see more use of intelligence. we need a better way of dealing with this before it happens. and wh
MSNBC
Mar 1, 2013 7:00pm PST
this sequester hit. the other idea, and this was the big one, was the election would decide the tax issue. the american people would decide the tax issue. here is eric cantor, speaking about the failed grand bargain, which would have finished all of this in 2011 with a deal that had both taxes and spending cuts in a recent interview. >> the reason why we said no, in that meeting don't do this deal, because what that deal was, was basically going along with the sense that you had to increase taxes. you had to give on the question of you know, middle class tax cuts prior to the election. and you knew that they had said they were not given on health care. so that is why we said no. i mean, let's just get what we can now. abide by our commitment of a dollar for dollar. and you know, we'll have it out as the president said on these two issues in the election. >> so it passed on the bargain, president obama signed a debt ceiling bill that gave us a super committee which failed because the republicans wouldn't move very far on tax revenue. and that failure led to the sequester, the sequester tha
MSNBC
Mar 4, 2013 7:00am PST
energy strategy here. what we're going to see is the president is not running for re-election. this is not going to harm the environment, like i said, they're going to make their voices heard. exactly what was said. he doesn't have to run again. so he doesn't have -- it's the same thing. he doesn't have to rely on these people for votes next cycle. so maybe we will see this go through. >> jackie, lauren, good to see both of you. thank you. >> thank you. >>> in rome, cardinals are meeting at the vatican to prepare for electing the next pope. the big priority, set a date of the enclave to choose the next successor for pope benedict. more on that coming up in a live report in our next half hour. new nectresse. the 100% natural no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. new nectresse. sweetness naturally. will restore even skin tone? think again. introducing olay professional even skin tone. developed by experts in skin genomics to target 5 major causes of uneven skin tone and help restore even color. olay professional even skin tone. and help restore even color. (annou
PBS
Mar 6, 2013 6:30pm PST
and oppressed -- some on boulevard -- simon bolivar ii, the liberator of the poor and oppressed. he won election overwhelmingly, and on the one hand, he really does embody this awakening of the poor and middle-class is for a new democratic conclusive in just minutes with it, but he was also a practical politician who will the country for 14 years, and one has to look at that. institutions were collapsing in venezuela. the task was to build institutions that could change the country, and even the cubans would criticize him for throwing money at problems. he did not even organize his own political party to 2008. right now, there is a very severe problem in security institutions, and that is a very big part also of his legacy. >> we are seeing a tremendous outpouring of emotion. there's also political uncertainty. any tips on what the outcome will be? >> unless there's some big surprise, it is quite certain that the vice president will win the election. as you can see, there is an outpouring of support and sympathy. they will have the full support, the full strength of the state behind them in soci
CBS
Mar 6, 2013 4:30am PST
election is tentatively set for june fourth... to fill the seat of disgraced santa clara county supervisor george shirakawa junior. shirakawa resigned last week, amid charges of perjury and misuse of public funds. time is 4: the t-s-a back- tracks. the types of knives you will soon be able to carry on a plane. plus: spilling the beans? kate middleton drops a big hint about her baby. but first... how do you stop a robbery at a dunkin donuts? see what this quick thinking clerk did - after the break. a dunkin donuts employee in the man pulled up and asked for change for 100. the clerk refused. that's when the guy tried to climb thru the window. the clerk tried to shut it ... then grabbed a cup of hot coffee and threw it at him. when that didn't work he threw the whole pot. the suspect got away. old man winter continues to leave a mark on the u-s... with the latest storm pelting the mid-atlantic region today. this is the same storm that dumped a lot of snow on the midwest yesterday. schools were closed in much of illinois, minnesota and wisconsin. more than 11- hundred
FOX News
Mar 3, 2013 9:00am PST
sequestration right now. >> in the first hitt sit-down since election day, mitt romney talks about the politics in washington. live from the nation's dap capitol, we begin with mitt romney candid interview with chris wallace on "fox news sunday." i sat down with chris to get his take on the interview. this is the first exclusive interview with the rom niece post election. you covered a lot of territory. i want to play a little bit what have mitt romney had to say, in talking about viewing what is going on in washington and wishing that he was a part of it. let's take a listen to that. >> it kills me not to be there, not to be in the white house, doing what needs to be done. the president is the leader of the nation, he brings the people together, does the deal, knocks the heads together. the president leads. i don't see that kind of leadership happening. >> you get the sense that he really wishes he could be there and he would make a significant difference. >> >> reporter: he certainly wishes he were here. washington has never looked worse, regardless of whether you think the white house is rig
MSNBC
Mar 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
and sprint to the election as best they can. it's all about winning. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >> the greatest threat to medicare is obama care. >> paul ryan is wrong. the greatest threat to medicare is paul ryan. in a major shift, the wisconsin congressman proposes medicare cuts for people over 55. >> our solution to save medicare makes no changes for people 55 or older. >> congressman keith ellison on why ryan's medicare change is bad for america. >>> venezuelan president hugo chavez has died of cancer at the age of 58. what does this mean for u.s. relations? we'll bring you the latest. >>> a civil rights hero wants the washington redskins to change their offensive name. it will take an act of congress to get nfl owners to move on this. >>> the path to citizenship, which i would support -- >> jeb bush flips. >> we can't continue to make illegal immigration an easier path than legal immigration. >> flops. >> i'm for it. >> and flips again. the big panel weighs in on jeb's radical immigration 360. >>> holy cow! >> comedian stephen colbert's sister has her eye on a south caroli
MSNBC
Mar 5, 2013 7:00pm PST
experts who said the stock market would crash if president obama was re-elected. none of them, none of them found room in their hearts for an apology when the stock market today reached an all-time high. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredible things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ >>> okay. so chris christie is polling at an all-time high in new jersey. his re-election as governor seems virtually assured. newark mayor cory booker, who had been thinking of running for governor, has chosen the safer course of running for senate. and so who, who does that leave to run against chris christie in new jersey? in a "last word" exclusive, the very brave woman who has stepped forward to be the democratic candidate for governor in new jersey will join me. that's coming up. ♪ ♪ no two people have the same financial goals
MSNBC
Mar 6, 2013 10:00am PST
. that will be followed in a month or so by an election, presidential election, to pick his successor. you can bet that's an election that will be followed very closely by officials in the united states. chris? >> thanks, mark. i know with the funeral friday, we'll be staying on the story. thank you. >>> president obama goes on a charm offensive starting tonight. he's having dinner with 11 republican senators and is scheduling more meetings with house and senate republicans on capitol hill next week. so, dare i say it, is a grand bargain in sight again? joining me now to talk about it, maryland congressman chris van holland, ranking member of the house budget committee. congressman, thank you for your time. busy day today. >> good to be with you, chris. >> thanks. can you talk about the president we're seeing is having dinner tonight with republican senators. i know paul ryan, your colleague on the budget committee, got a call from the president, he said, this week. some more meetings with the president coming up to capitol hill expected next week. is this a charm offensive, is this the president chang
LINKTV
Mar 3, 2013 11:00pm PST
. >> to the community -- all of this is part of a bigger problem. >> canyons gear up for a kenyan -- election. -- canyons gear up for a election. on a mission in northern mali, chadian halters are on the hunt for al qaeda linked fighters. eight discovery brings scientists closer to eliminating hiv infections in children. at least 38 people have been killed and scores more were injured in the southern pakistan city of karachi. witnesses say a car bomb will up outside a mosque in a minority shia muslim area and is acting explosion happened shortly afterward. people missing are reportedly still trapped under the rubble. a report from the scene of the blast. >> chaos and carnage after a deadly attack targeting shia muslims. the first blast occurred shortly after evening prayers and was so powerful it was heard to meters away. locals say it was this vehicle that carried 150 kilograms of explosive material that caused such death and destruction in the residential neighborhood. the neighbor -- nature of the second blast remained unclear, with police officials speculating it may have been caused by
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 6:20pm EST
from gun violence. that's the work you elected me to do. that's what i'm focused on every single day. thanks so much. >> hello, i'm congresswoman cathy mcmorris rodgers from washington state. today, would like to give you an update on the debate we're having in washington about spending. this debate is about more than just numbers and politics. it is about the kind of future we want for our children and grandchildren. do we want to hand them a mountain of debt and all the worries that go with it? or do we want them to inherit a vibrant economy and a future full of opportunities? this is the debate we've been having for quite a while. it is time we resolve it and get something done. yesterday, across the board spending cuts known as the sequester took effect because president obama and senate democrats failed to act. these devastating across the board cuts will affect the lives of so many hard working americans. yet, this week the president traveled 180 miles to newport news, virginia instead of traveling 1.5 miles to senator harry reid's office on control to negotiate a replacement o
FOX News
Mar 5, 2013 2:00pm PST
with a transition government if it is possible to do that. they had an election not too long ago. there are some people at least that were brave enough under hugo chavez regime to come forward. maybe there is somebody in that group that can be pulled up to help. >> america send somebody to the funeral? >> not this one, i don't think. i doubt it. although john kerry, this could be the first big task of his tenure as incoming secretary of state it. >> remains who will take over in venezuela. there was an election few years back, it was widely thought that chavez lost but a couple days later, chavez technically won. whoever takes over, kind of interesting. there is an opportunity. president obama wanted to open up cuba. he wanted to get cuba away from a dictatorship and more of a democracy. maybe this time, maybe this by chavez and castro passes away, when raul castro is more of a free market either, as well. >> also there is colombia and brazil and chile and we used to do the love trading with. >> it's a big opportunity special for the white house to support if there are pockets of people that wan
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